Do you select the “foreign origin” in the Foreign/Domestic Origin indicator field in the Automated Export System (AES)? You soon may have to identify the 'country of origin'. Find out how exporters will be impacted, and much more here.
Did you know that you have the option to file an appeal with Canada Customs/CBSA regarding their assessment on your import(s)/entry if you believe it to be inaccurate or incorrect? Here's everything you need to know on filing a post-entry appeal on your import(s).
Did you know, as an importer you can correct discrepancies in the information provided to CBSA at the time of release of your goods? Filing a request is mandatory to amend discrepancies that result in either duty payable or a nil amount owed to CBSA. Here's everything you need to know on filing a post-entry correction on your import(s).
Find out more about a new Federal Trade Commission rule requiring that companies marketing their products as “Made in USA ” should be able to demonstrate that their products are “all or virtually all” made in the United States or face a wider range of penalties.
A recent CBP ruling further clarifies how to properly determine the country of origin for electric motors when assembled from components of differing origin.